I can't remember how many times I heard students using those words the wrong way. I understand it's not easy,... ...
Neither … nor
‘Neither … nor’ is used in sentences in a negative sense meaning “not this one nor the other, not this nor that, not he nor she, etc.”. Verb conjugation depends on the subject (singular or plural) closest to the conjugated verb.
Neither Frank nor Lilly lives in Eugene. (second subject singular)
Neither Axel nor my other friends care about their future. (second subject plural)